Security

Footage of a North Korean military parade seen on television.

North Korea’s Huge New Missile Sends a Message to Washington

In the military parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the ruling communist party, Pyongyang showed its claws and sought to bolster domestic support for the regime.

The interior of an NHS 111 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pod

How Not to Kill People With Spreadsheets

The U.K. government’s disastrous coronavirus error is another example of outsourcing gone wrong.

A member of the hacking group Red Hacker Alliance monitors global cyberattacks on his computer at an office in Dongguan, China, on Aug. 4.

Lockdowns Have Been Hard on Organized Crime, Too

And a rise in cyber-ransoms is the result. To stop the cycle, businesses should stop paying up.

data governance database of policies

Global Data Governance Database of Policies

Explore FP Analytics’ Global Data Governance policy database that provides a comprehensive regional and country-level breakdown of global data governance practices in 111 countries worldwide.

Indian protesters burn an effigy of Chinese President Xi Jinping and a Chinese flag during an anti-China demonstration in Kolkata on June 18.

India Doesn’t Need the Quad to Counter China—and Neither Do Its Partners

The nascent pact with Australia, Japan, and the United States is pointless. It should be quietly disbanded.

An Iraqi protester uses his phone to film another next to burning tires while blocking a road during a demonstration against corruption and lack of services in the southern city of Basra on Jan.  11, 2019.

The War for the Future of Syria and Iraq Will Be Fought on Smartphones

As the number of U.S. forces on the ground dwindles and Russian and Iranian propaganda efforts increase, Col. Myles Caggins prepared the soldiers who remain for information warfare.

U.S. President Donald Trump exits Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on Oct. 1.

Our Top Weekend Reads

Trump is a pariah for top security experts, Biden won’t end U.S. trade wars, and Saudi Arabia’s bid to rejoin the U.N. Human Rights Council.

U.S. President Donald Trump tours a factory that produces medical masks.

Will Trump’s Case of COVID-19 Endanger U.S. National Security?

Officials are warily watching for adversaries like Russia, Iran, and North Korea to exploit the moment.

Chinese workers ride a boat through a large floating solar farm project in Anhui province on June 13, 2017.

Beijing Is Winning the Clean Energy Race

The technology to build new green economies is mostly produced in China. That’s bad for the United States.

U.S. President Donald Trump and National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien walk along the Rose Garden colonnade before departing the White House on Sept. 21 in Washington.

Where Are the Trump Loyalists?

The list of former national security staff and senior officials who endorsed the president this week is one of the most unimpressive ever assembled by a candidate.

The Hedgemony game board. Rand Corporation

Want to Learn How the Pentagon Works? Then Play This Board Game.

A new game meant to help the U.S. government write the 2018 National Defense Strategy shows what happens when resources and commitments collide.

Donald Harrison, Google’s president for global partnerships and corporate development, testifies via live video feed before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee during a hearing on anti-competitive online advertising in Washington on Sept. 15.

Make Surveillance Capitalists Pay Their Dues

Congressional action has typically left big tech firms intact, instead mandating that they improve access for all consumers. Washington should stick to that model.

U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping

The United States Needs a New Strategic Mindset

For decades, U.S. strategists were thinking short-term. Its leaders should start taking an infinite perspective.

Load 10 More Articles
草草影院-电影大全 - 高清在线观看 - 海量高清视频免费在线观看